Watchdog groups call out Biden regime for interfering with Mexico’s decision to ban glyphosate, GMO corn | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Watchdog groups call out Biden regime for interfering with Mexico’s decision to ban glyphosate, GMO corn

For years, Mexico has been fighting to preserve its native corn varieties from being eliminated by the chemical lobby and replaced with genetically modified (GMO) impostors. Things were going well until the Biden regime started interfering with the process, prompting more than 80 watchdog groups to issue an open letter in opposition to the Biden agenda.

Several dozen agricultural, consumer, environmental, public health and worker groups are trying to get the attention of Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, who also worked under Barack Obama, along with Trade Secretary Katherine Tai, urging them to stop harassing Mexico.

“It is completely unacceptable for U.S. public agencies to be doing the bidding of pesticide corporations like Bayer, [which] are solely concerned with maintaining their bottom-line profits,” announced Kristin Schafer, executive director of the Pesticide Action Network of North America (PANNA).

“We call on Secretary Vilsack and Trade Representative Tai, as key leaders in the new administration, to respect Mexico’s decision to protect both public health and the integrity of Mexican farming,” she added.

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